Laboratory biosafety guidelines / Published by authority of the ... Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response. : H39-4/49-2004E
These guidelines were developed to guide government, industry, university, hospital, and other public health and microbiological laboratories in their development of biosafety policies and programs. They also provide information and recommendations on the design, construction, and commissioning of containment facilities. The guidelines are intended to reduce the incidence of infection and mortality among laboratory workers, as well as to prevent secondary transmission of disease to the public.
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|Department/Agency||Canada.Health Canada. Population and Public Health Branch.|
|Title||Laboratory biosafety guidelines / Published by authority of the ... Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)||"Please note that in this reprint of the 3rd edition of the Guidelines, published prior to this announcement, any reference to Health Canada should be to the Public Health Agency of Canada." -- Insert.|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Health Canada. 2004.|
|Description||vii, 113p. : figs., references, index ; 23 cm.|
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|Subject terms||Safety standards|
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